THANKFUL FOR OUR MILITARY FAMILIES
Attitude of Gratitude
November marks the Month of the Military Family. Thank you to all of the spouses, parents, children and siblings who experience the challenges of the military lifestyle and who support our servicemembers on a daily basis. Your sacrifices greatly contribute to the readiness of the all-volunteer force.
Meet our new Deputy Director of Government Relations (Military Family Issues), Brooke Goldberg. The Spouse Team is proud to welcome her onboard.
Read about our new publication to help spouses reach their career goals.
If you have children looking to enter in to college, learn what MOAA’s scholarship program has to offer.
With the Thanksgiving holiday coming up, we are reminded how much we have to be grateful for. Thanks for being a part of the MOAA Spouse Community.
Yours in Service,
CC and Brooke
MOAA’s Government Relations team says goodbye to an incredible military family advocate and welcomes a shining new face.
Our new publication is available for download focusing on military spouses who are trying to enter, re-enter or take the next step in their professional careers while navigating the transient lifestyle of the military.
Senators Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) put a spotlight on the challenges #Milfams face in achieving stability in education and employment by introducing the Military Family Stability Act of 2015.
What makes a state military friendly? Check out MOAA’s 2015 State Report Card, a state-by-state assessment of key policies or legislation that positively impact veterans, retirees, and military families.
Eligible military children can apply for MOAA’s education assistance. Applications will be received now through March 1. Funds are available for undergraduate study.
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